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THE PINNACLE OF AUTOMOTIVE RACING

Covering all of the Grands Prix events, our Formula 1 packages provide the opportunity for you to witness the planets  finest drivers battle it out for supremacy around the world’s fastest circuits whilst allowing you to take in destinations such as the iconic towering skyscrapers that fill the infamous skyline of Dubai, the glamour and luxury of Monaco’s harbour filled with multi-million-pound yachts or the drama at the night race in Singapore.

Elite Sports Packages can provide you with ticket packages, hospitality packages or private jet packages  so your Formula 1 experience is as exciting as the action on the track.

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BELGIAN GRAND PRIX

30 - 01 SEPTEMBER

Spa is among Formula 1 drivers’ most loved tracks, with its mix of long straights and challenging fast corners allowing them to push their cars to the edge of their capabilities – if it’s dry, that is !

ITALIAN GRAND PRIX

06 - 08 SEPTEMBER

Formula 1’s fastest ever lap was set at Monza – Williams driver Juan Pablo Montoya’s 260.6km/h effort during practice for the 2004 Grand Prix. 

 

Cars are on full throttle for 80% of the lap, and hit their Vmax on the circuit’s 1.1km start/finish straight, from there, they roar off into the historic park section, where a series of big stops into tight chicanes give the brakes a good workout.

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

20 - 22 SEPTEMBER 

The Marina Bay Circuit with 23 corners is one of the most physically demanding on the calendar, its bumpy street surface coupled with humid conditions giving the drivers plenty to think about plus  the physical stress causing divers to lose as much as 3kg over the course of a race.

RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

27 - 29  SEPTEMBER

Built for the 2014 Winter Olympics, the Sochi Autodrom is effectively a street circuit.

 

Looking at a map of the track, your eye can’t help but be drawn to the epic Turn 3, a 750m constant-radius left-hander taking the drivers around the outside of the dramatic Poyushchiye fountain. 

JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

11 - 13 OCTOBER 

The high-speed track remains one of the ultimate driving challenges, with the snaking ‘S’ Curves, the two commitment-rewarding Degners and the white-knuckle ride of 130R all highlights in a series of highlights at what is one of F1’s seminal tracks.

MEXICAN GRAND PRIX

25 - 27 OCTOBER

Named after Mexico’s most famous racing brothers, Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez sits over 2km above sea level, making the 4.3km lap a breathless experience. 

AMERICAN GRAND PRIX

01 - 03 NOVEMBER

Taking inspiration from some of the best loved circuits  the corners at COTA from turns 3 through 6 look not dissimilar to Silverstone's high-speed run through Maggotts/Becketts or the S Curves at Suzuka, while Turns 12 through 15 mimic Hockenheim's stadium section. 

BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX

15 - 17 NOVEMBER

A carnival grand prix, the race at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace –  commonly referred to as Interlagos is mecca fo die hard F1 fans.

Shaped like a giant oval Interlagos features banked corners and  a snaking in-field section with some challenging camber changes.

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ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX

29 - 01 DECEMBER 

The Hermann Tilke-designed track is dominated by its 1.2km straight between Turns 7 and 8 – which, with slow-speed corners marking its beginning and end, makes it a honeypot for overtaking moves. Other highlights include the tricky run through Turns 15 and 16 into 17, which forces the drivers to brake hard with bags of lateral load still on the car.

2020 Races

Nothing is officially announced yet by the FIA about the dates for the 2020 F1 Calendar, so the dates listed below are based  on all the 2019 races in the event that the race schedules remain the same as that of 2019.

This season we see two new races added to the calendar the: Vietnamese and Dutch Grand Prix. No confirmed has yet be revealed if the German Grand Prix will go ahead this season ... 

TEST DAYS

BARCELONA

See all the teams pre-season testing sessions at the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya.

 

Watch the teams prepare their new cars for the new season. 

MARCH

ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 

Witness the start of the 2020 Grand Prix Calendar from Australian's  Albert Park circuit.

As a temporary facility, Albert Park can be quite bumpy, t’s also a circuit that requires a well-sorted chassis, with several spots on the track where the drivers require a reactive front end to allow them to chuck it into a corner.

MARCH

GULF AIR BAHRAIN

GRAND PRIX

Bahrain's Sakhir Circuit stands out as the only desert Formula One track.  It's the fifth time that the world's fastest single seaters will be floodlit in the Sakhir desert. 

The Bahrain F1 Grand Prix is unique on an island kingdom bursting with Arabian hospitality, heritage and contemporary entertainment.

APRIL

HEINEKEN CHINESE GRAND PRIX

Shanghai is an absolutely fascinating location and is China's biggest city.


This is also a very special race in 2019 as Formula One is celebrating its 1000th Grand Prix this year and the Shanghai International Circuit is the host for this remarkable event

APRIL

AZERBAIJAN GRAND PRIX

A lap of the Baku Street Circuit  is 6.003 kilometers (3.730 mi), making it the second-longest circuit on the Formula One calendar.

Throughout the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand weekend, there will be a non-stop entertainment program for all ticket holders with global music superstars.

APRIL

SPANISH GRAND PRIX

Soak up the seductive and delightful city of Barcelona with the Spanish Grand Prix (or Gran Premio de España  held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.

A firm favorite for both fans and drivers alike

NEW...

MAY

DUTCH GRAND PRIX

After a 35 years absence from Formula 1 the historic Zandvoort returns to the calendar. 

An old fashioned circuit with sweeping tight fast corners and excellent overtaking opportunities this is a welcome addition for fans and drivers alike.

MAY

MONACO GRAND PRIX

From Casino Square to the most famous hairpin in Formula 1, Monte Carlo is a circuit legendary for its heritage and glamour.

No event in the F1 Calendar can match the sporting task and celebrity appeal as  Monaco

JUNE

CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

Arguably the prettiest Formula One race track on the calendar. The Canadian Formula One Grand Prix 2019 in Montreal is one of the best attended motorsports events in the world. Few places embrace their Grand Prix weekend as enthusiastically as the Canadian city of Montreal.

19 - 21 JUNE 

FRENCH GRAND PRIX

Located in the South of France at the Circuit Automobile Paul Ricard, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France, last year returned after a 10-year stint off the Formula 1 calendar.

26 - 28 JUNE

AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX

The Austrian Grand Prix 2019 at the aptly named Red Bull Ring, located in Spielberg, heartland of the Styrian state of Austria and set against a stunning vista of lush greenery and mountains. 

10 -12 JULY

BRITISH GRAND PRIX

One of the highlights of the British sporting calendar.  Few sporting occasions match the intensity, glamour and drama of any F1 Grand Prix worldwide. Silverstone offers an exciting new track layout with better spectator facilities which have improved the overall atmosphere and racing.

NEW ...

24 - 26 JULY

VIETNAMESE GRAND PRIX

Experience Asia's newest street circuit in bustling Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. 

 

Featuring one of the longest straights on the sport at 1.5km, it’s set to become one of the most challenging and exciting tacks on the calendar, in one of the most vibrant cities on the planet.

JULY

HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX

The lack of straights at the Hungaroring often sees it compared to a karting circuit – and it’s true, the resemblance is uncanny. 

 

It’s a challenge many of the drivers relish.

AUGUST

BELGIAN GRAND PRIX

Spa is among Formula 1 drivers’ most loved tracks, with its mix of long straights and challenging fast corners allowing them to push their cars to the edge of their capabilities – if it’s dry, that is !

SEPTEMBER

ITALIAN GRAND PRIX

Formula 1’s fastest ever lap was set at Monza – Williams driver Juan Pablo Montoya’s 260.6km/h effort during practice for the 2004 Grand Prix. 

 

Cars are on full throttle for 80% of the lap, and hit their Vmax on the circuit’s 1.1km start/finish straight, from there, they roar off into the historic park section, where a series of big stops into tight chicanes give the brakes a good workout.

SEPTEMBER

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

The Marina Bay Circuit with 23 corners is one of the most physically demanding on the calendar, its bumpy street surface coupled with humid conditions giving the drivers plenty to think about plus  the physical stress causing divers to lose as much as 3kg over the course of a race.

SEPTEMBER

RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 

Built for the 2014 Winter Olympics, the Sochi Autodrom is effectively a street circuit.

 

Looking at a map of the track, your eye can’t help but be drawn to the epic Turn 3, a 750m constant-radius left-hander taking the drivers around the outside of the dramatic Poyushchiye fountain. 

OCTOBER

JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

The high-speed track remains one of the ultimate driving challenges, with the snaking ‘S’ Curves, the two commitment-rewarding Degners and the white-knuckle ride of 130R all highlights in a series of highlights at what is one of F1’s seminal tracks.

OCTOBER

MEXICAN GRAND PRIX

Named after Mexico’s most famous racing brothers, Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez sits over 2km above sea level, making the 4.3km lap a breathless experience. 

NOVEMBER

US GRAND PRIX

Taking inspiration from some of the best loved circuits  the corners at COTA from turns 3 through 6 look not dissimilar to Silverstone's high-speed run through Maggotts/Becketts or the S Curves at Suzuka, while Turns 12 through 15 mimic Hockenheim's stadium section. 

NOVEMBER

BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX

A carnival grand prix, the race at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace –  commonly referred to as Interlagos is mecca fo die hard F1 fans.

Shaped like a giant oval Interlagos features banked corners and  a snaking in-field section with some challenging camber changes.

NOVEMBER

ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 

The Hermann Tilke-designed track is dominated by its 1.2km straight between Turns 7 and 8 – which, with slow-speed corners marking its beginning and end, makes it a honeypot for overtaking moves. Other highlights include the tricky run through Turns 15 and 16 into 17, which forces the drivers to brake hard with bags of lateral load still on the car..

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